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TOE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SUNDAY. MAY 19; 1889.
A WELL PLAYED GAME.
CHARLESTON WINS A BALL FROM
MEMPHIS BY SUPERIOR PLAT.
Luby'a Puzzling" Delivery Make the
Borne Player Weary Bauswlne's
Costly Bases on Ealls-Kslly Makes a
Star Catch In Center Field.
With Luby in tho box, Charleston hud
a ahuiio the best of it yesterday, aud wou
a finely pluyod gnmo by a euoro of 4 to 1.
The Charleston men are not only good
ball players but gentlemen, and through
out the game not a solitary kick was made.
Luby pitched in grand form aud soino ot
our best batters attempted in vain to solve
Lis puzzling delivery. Cruso, lleccius and
Kiddle couldn't touch him. Cussady ulono
got onto his curves and pounded tho ball
cvory time ho went to the bat. Mcllrido
also got a hit. Tho best play of the day
was a brilliant loug running catch of a 11 y
from O'Hourko's bat. Kelly had to run a
long distance to meet the ball and then
scooped it in about eight inches from tho
ground. It was a beutiful play, and even
the Charleston men were generous enough
to compliment the player. Tho loss of tho
game was duo largely to llauswino's wild
liens and bad throws by Iteceius and I5iod
orick. Toohoy, the new man, was a dis
appointment. He failed utterly to find
the ball. Thero was no scoring
until tho second Inning, when Moore,
of Charleston, opened the ball with a sin
file to center, stolo second and scored on
liradenburg's hit toright Held. O'Kmirke
got a biuto ou four balls and scored on a
wild pitch. Luby's hit to center brought
In liradeuburg. After that both sides
fielded sharply and piled up goose rgi;s.
Memphis nimlu her only run til the tilth
inning. Mcllrido hit sufo to left Held and
scor.'d onCatutady's long drive toright Held
fence. In the sixth inning Charleston
added another run to her score. Mooro's
grounder to short Held wim well stopped by
Drodcrick, who threw wild to Him and
gave the runner a lifo. Householder went
out on a grounder to third, and Mooro
scored on Gnus' hit to center field. That
ended the ruu getting.
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Summary: Ivirned run Mem!iii 1,
Chark-stoii 2. Two bH hits Crwiinly 2.
l'.umi on balls llauNwine 3, l.udy 6.
Ihiillilo play I.uby, ritzniininon, lloue
holder. Hrurk out lly IIiihwiiio 11,
Luby d. lft on bav Mi inphi (1,
Churlt-Hton U. I'ans ImiIIm liiddln 1. Time
of giuno Ono limir und Uiirty-Uvo min
Men. Umpire ('arr.
Tha .mn lamarraw.
Tomorrow Memphis will try it again,
and asl.ubydoes not pitch tho home team
ou'lit to reilecm itneif. The following play
ers will composo tho oppuning teams:
('hnrl.nu. 1'mltliin. Mrm;hl
M. in ...... ... m. h. r ....... .rci. I' k
Iuk.mm'V , ..Mnirl .t..p Lrtflcrirk
KltAniiiiiou. tot Imfc t man
.....i rnin ll.l.l ki-lljr
HimwotthT...........iri Imw .. , i r,.iiijr
. l-U lie'il Mi linil
ik.oirk ..... Hidil ll.-l.l ... T,ihrjf
r.riili uimn I lur I ...,.... licviu,
lllMill( lr., I'll. li. r ........uuillh
Hlrnilnabaui t.arly t.
Spret! llUpll. il lu Tiio Ai--L
IIihmixoham, Ala., May IS. Rirming
ham's baseball club has turned its toes to
thn duinics. rrvftident Kent received a
telcgiam this morning (rum 1'nwidont
Wharton, of the Suulliern Ix-ag't?, dis
banding our club for arrears duo. Jchn
Kelly, an old buM-ball player, arrived in
this rity lids morning and employed live
of liirmiiigliHiu'a lieat players. Mobilo
tiikes Itinuinghaiu'a place in the leagtio.
The Mohilo nine is comxel pi tho fol
lowing players: MeCuIloiih, pitcher;
Tohy, catcher; Paly, tint b.im; Iwis,
Second baM; Vend, tlunl biw, King,
horMop; Haven, center Held; Kline, rigiit
Cel l; Cavansiigli, left Held. Mr. Kelly
wi.l manage ilia club for a few weekn,
until Mr. Nriveuer, who is to be I h man
ager, taku rhirgo, Mr, IMIery has lieen
ordered to Moloio to umpire the Atlanta
Mobile iraiue. Tho lornl are very indig
nant at tho conduct of l'ruiiidrnt U'harton.
and threaten dtro mcmoirc, but old ball
plsyprs say they havo no recount, and
txni.li- have no club, franchisooraoything
(tlliVr 4 mrn.
Iltiin 10, Cleveland H.
I'.rxiklyn 5, r-'U Louis 3.
New York 3, Pittsburg 1
Cincinnati 7, Halt more 5.
1uiUvillo 13, xluiiibus 3.
Kaunas City 15, Athletic M,
Chicago 14, Washington 13.
riiiladclphia 3, lndinna)lis .
Tint club that beat Chatlestoo will win
Vaiiixto?i bos released Third-base-tnnu
Til a Toledo urchin are such fearful
pniliKiina that lliey stoiio every Veiling
Tiik Msrahal Avenue Herof defeated
the rmlu btrtet lied by a score" to & yes
terday. V'lir will Memphis discover that
Uniderick can't plav in abort lield up to
tho leguUllou standard?
Wimi.cm, tho Churle'on catcher, can
throw to wcond in a manner tlml is heart
breaking to those that try to S'.eal second
Tiik stiipnfvlng Inlolliifcnoe cornea from
'Frisco that i'y t'alilil, tlin t-x-IMgiie
rlnyer, is studying law. O'Jtourko und
Vard in nut now Ink a back seat.
ioi.tMiTu'a umpiring in Cincinnati
tas very saUjfactiiry. At the start ha ass
little oil" in several of his diN lMons, but
lie showed great Impmvpinimt in the luat
lew gttiuea. Onrunuili (.ummmuU (inuitt.
Job 1'vacai.L, who, after Van Haitian,
ranked tlml among the pitcher of the Cal
ifornia league, boa permanently retired
from the diamond Hld. la a few wrcka
lio will start for llnliiuiore to enter the
Catholic Novitiate and begin study for the
A Mii.wai'rki special says: "The Mil
waukee Club has decided to re'ease Clark,
the young pitclirr that Manager huttoii
recently pu ked up in Cincinnati, aud It is
quito coi tain that Kaea, another tairlur
accurod from Cleveland, will boreleRHed."
Freeman is also booked to go unlet ho
If Bauswino would trust more In his
fielders and less in himself he would win
more games. It is bettor to lot a battor
knock out a hit than give him a baso on
balls. With Kelly in center Held and Mc
llrido in tho right garden what is lkiuswino
uiriuu oi i i:oiuo, como, Sir. liauswino,
give the fielders a chance.
Anson makes an awful kick about the
classification rule Williamson's absence
tears tho inliold wide open,. and Anson
bus decided that llaatian is the man to till
tho hole. Bastian wants Sl'.oOl), and liU
iiurtsiucaiioii nguro is less. Anson ao
clarcs that clnKMiilcat ion Is illociil nnd un
just, bwause it prevents him getting tho
nan uo wants, keeps ins team weak, and
incidentally causes the loss of games and
thousands of dollars to the Chicago club.
A funny play occurred In the second
game of tho Chicago-l'ittaburff series. It
was in the sixth inning. Maul had made
a Lit and was saloon Unit, Hint dropped
a pitched ball nt the plate and Big Jako
lteckloy, who was at the bat, commenced
jumping around to lead Flint to believe
that tho ball was among his feet By
tho timo Silver tumbled to the fact tha't
tho ball wasn't thereat all Maul hadstolcn
accoud. Ansou came in from first baso
with a majestic stride to arguo tho case
with tho umpire, and whilo tho wrangle
was in progress Maul mado a break tor
third, (iuiubcrt rashly throw tho ball to
second whon no one was thero to receive
it, and Maul kept on running and scored.
Tin Harvard b woball men havo hatched
up a trick which they claim will catch
nearly every opponent whu is lucky
enough to steal socond baso. It is played
between tho pitcher, third baseman and
shortstop, and its object is to coufuso tho
player who may be stealing from second
to third baso. It is, as nearly as can bo
described, as follows: Tho player who bus
succeeded in reaching second base, on
seeing that baseman step back to his usual
position, alfout ten feet hack of tho baso
line, steals several feet down the path to
ward third. Wheu ho is about in front
of short stop that player makes a dush
toward second baso, which causes the run
ner to dart in that direction also; but tho
shortstop's run is only a feint, and tho
runner, on seeing the shortstop stop, also
stops before reaching second, ami tho
pitcher throws the ball to tho second base
man, w ho is on base, and w hom the run
ner has entirely forgotten, aud the runner
A I'ropanllloN Mreiira llouot nilk
To the IdlUoro! The A nl.
(Sir At a meeting ot tho Homo Dairy
Co., held on Monday, tho olliccr of tho
company were directed to ask the pre.ss of
tho city, which him manifectcj un interest
in the purity of tho milk supply of tho
city, to take in hand the raising of a fund
for the payment of a milk lnsKctor, who
shall devote his entire time to inspection
of milk supplied to tho citizens of Mem
phis. They were also directed to oiler on
the part of the company a cootrilnnion of
twcuty-livo dollars ($.'3.00) per month
toward the fuud uccens.iry for that pur
pose. Assuming that $100 per month will bo
necessary lor tho purpose thiaconlribtition
i conditioned uhii raising that amount
by contributions Irotn other milk producers
und commuters, tho city and persons inter
ested in sanitation. This sum, it is pro
poted, when raised, shall be turned over
to the city authorities who shall uppoint a
comix'tont inspector and collect aud pay
over tho salary.
By order of' stockholders,
J. B. HrKKKI.L, biMi-sot Tatc,
Memphis, Tciui., May l.t, 1SSJ.
ftallrr la I'Hbll.
Pouhtlens you noticed some timo since
in the daily paper a warning cautioning
the public to look out for imported ice
cream. For years tho Ico crrum busineM
has Ijcimi a uionoMily in llii city, and ice
cream not as good aa now in ado sold lor
S'J .'id to (K er gullon. ' The introduction
of tho Nasliyillo cream has reduced tho
prico to J1.50 per gallon, with a gusniiiteo
of pure cream, and anyone in the city w ho
ha used my Nashville cream can lenlifyto
its purity and superiority. I iret my cream
fresh from Nashville every day in iron
cans, and nothing but tho Uvt of cream is
ne I In the manufacture tlterool. ('. J.
Fallaw, No. 23 Main street, Telephone
1,113, i now connected with ine in tho
cream bminrw, ami orders son! to him or
myself wilt rvceivo prompt attention and
free delivery. Hoping thu public will give
us a hU'ral share of their pnlronago und
thus encourage competiiion, tho enemy of
high price and inferior cream. K-nd in
your Sunday cream order early. I re
main, very lonpcctfully,
Corner Ijiuderdalo and Miniijpi avenue.
GRAND OPLRA SKAHON.
Jackaon Uound Park Deahon Opera
Company Thirty-Two Artiste.
rowerful cnl! Fxtrnsivo rejM-rtoire)
Commencing Monday, May 20. Tickets
for sale at :tnl Maia strooL Last coiicurt
buuday, 10 ci'tits.
Uml l argal m NiSM Parlvn,
No. 2i2 Si'imd soreet, whero ono of the
largest and best aeleclod tK'ka in thn city
can bo seen. If you want a nice titling
suit of clothes, rememU'r that you can
Hud it at the Misllt 1'nrlors. Oood gooils,
low price and cr(o t 111.
A Lw Partt will bo given by tho la
die of tli Alabama Street I'n-shyterian
Church next Tuesday evening ( May 21 1 at
tho residence of CupL. l;d. Hurt, No. I'll
Alabama street. Adnnmioii, Including
rcfrushmeuta, 00 etuis; children, half
t aanlry nrrinl. I.Mk lanr la
Itml And purchaso from the Memphis lirocery
Company tho celelirsU'd Jersey Tobacco,
which you will Hud a ready sale for-
ISIUaa 4 Ulan, SiOa Rlml,
Pell all gra li- of l'urnilurjCaricl, Bugs,
Mstling, etc, at the very lowest poiblo
cash pi ice. Also do h'patring, tihobilir
ing, shipping aud psckiin furniture, and
guiiraulvo goo-1 and aatisfuctory work.
Buy this wm k onn nii-e Ash Suit It is a
lMiity, l!holea Furuittir Company, No.
3iJ K'coud street.
Oo to F-chard's new gallery for l'hoto
graphs. Jraa4 l:aaral4ry 1 sklblb
Whlto Miichlne, VXS Second street, near
Madison, May 20 to 30.
Orriras furnished with towel r k.romb,
brush and clean towel every morning fur
2i cents r week, by Memphis feu-am
Laundry, Oruamont to any olilce.
I.al-ies, for 2."c you can buy a Hal worth
$2.00 at F. Uvignu'a.
fr f.mWraMrry t.ahlkll.
White Msrhlne, Zft ffceond street, noar
Madison, Msy 20 to 30.
Oanita Ns.hville Cream (rout Jscob
Kooasell, telephone til, or C. J. Fllow,
telephono 1,1 IX Tha best In th city.
Subscribe for Tha Weakly Appeal
Open Claterns Left to Poison the At
mosphere With Foul Odors.
rinch is not pleased.
Pinch complaius of being neglected by
tho city govern niout.
Biuchdoos notproposo to bear tho slight
without a protest.
An order was issued somo timo ago to
compol tho good peoplo of Cholsoa to closo
up thoir wells and cisterns, an ordor, by
tho way, that The Appeal practically
countermanded, and quite a little, stir was
mado over it. Now comes Pinch, through
ono of her representative citir.ons, com
plaining that the Chelsoa ordor was to help
tho water company and that the claim
that it was for sanitary puriKisct is un
founded and specious. In proof of this ho
showed an Aitkai. reporter yesterday a
host of old cisterns on tho vacant lota be
tween Market street aud the jail. And
"You see those old cisterns along thero
havo not boon ordered closed. Why?
Bccauso tint v lrt on viifn iik Lit u-l.n. ..
ono lives nnd whero no ono cun bo com-
pcucu to lake uitetuan water. They are
ihlllLrprnnn In eloliliim on, I at.t..L. !....
pestilential, diseaso-hreeding holes and
should bo closed Hrst and foremost if sani-
ujtion is me oujoct. uo ami look at them.
You will hava In im dnun tl,.. n.l.l.ll., ..r
the lot; don't tumble into any of them."
Tlioy uro numerous somo tWleen'or
lu-eiilv Kiiii.i i.f tl...... n.. I.-......: 11..
sealed ft few of them only, Somo of
nieiu are wiiio open nnd somo aro broken
intiv A fl,l..dmtit l'niliii.. ..I... ..........I
- ...."IVU..VII. I'11 niuuii'l
them on tho vacant lots. They all have
nutur iu mem, ana outer unngs. livery
thing portable and uncanny is thrown in
them lit lint vniulifiil I'm. .1.0...
sexes, ami of all present and past condi
tions. Tin cans, hoop skirts, atiay dogs,
old allocs, dufunct cats, mid all things else
iu tho animal and vegetable wcrld Und
lodgment and rest iu thoao cisterns. Of
coiirHA thn eninnnniiil i nnt iwiwi K i,.l.
cavern of decay und putrescence, omits au
oner imii nuns uiu stars in mo iieavtus
and makes tho man in tho moon hold his
noso iu passing over. Thu i'luchiles fear
these and w itli reason.
Mia Iteming' HrrllnL
Tho program preparod by Miss Keating
for her recital, which takes place tomorrow
night, is full of interest fur the parcutsand
friends of her pupil. Tho piano quartet
will bo a surprise, drilled as it has been to
a degrvo of unison and expression that is
far beyond what is ordinarily uttaiued to
by pupils, or even amateurs. M ister Fu-p-ne
Nowhmd, who is a uupil of Miss
Keating'a theory, and is a most promis
ing violinst, worthy of all thu advantages
that can bo given him, will play a solo,
eiititlod "A Little Koiiunec,'' by Bohm,
accompanied by Nellie Cliapm.111, whose
lirotlciency ha already challenged the
kindly considenition and awakeneil the
hope of many w ho aro well skilled in
music. Iu this recital tho liunils will eneli
stand for what they are in mtuic.il study,
no oiner preparation Having Ih-cii made lur
it than tho regular course puniued by tiiem
under tho coim ientioiis direction of the
teacher, who prefers thorou-hni HS to mere.
show ami cbtter, her method being to
awaken in her njj'ils a const ioiiniieM of
the valuo of muvlT iui a factor in h ruaial
cultivation, and also its valuo in relation
to thu other rullning iiilhienci-s o( hie. She
at-cka to tlruw out whatever of taslo lliev
possess ami w hulovcr of talent and so tram
them 1 lint they may easilv.after they have
tiuished their course, continue a students
on a sure foundation of know -lodge from
thoriigh tlnlhng in tho eleiiierituries,
without w hich so many pontons have latleil
utterly ailer much expenditure of timo and
Jackson Mound Park to B Opened for
tha beaaon Tomorrow Night.
Jackson Mound Park will be oxued for
season of Iwulvo weeks of opera tomor
"Lo M.iscolto" is to bo tho bill of faro
served by the HeSliou Opera Coiupany,
an aggregation of aiiigerahighly Hkcn of.
A lull dress rtihoarwil wiu had yester
day afternoon and soother U called for
BoM-rvtil seat will bo placed on sale
Monday morning at tho Memphis Theater
boolhco, under I'caliody Hotel.
The iiiemlx'rs of the Athletic Associa
tion and tho Ir.dir who were in thu uwl of
Tho Chime of .Normandy will attend
tho opera in a body Tucatday night.
Wi havo just received barge load of
Pittsburg tins Coke, very lino. Pittshtiri
and Anthracite Coal and Ash and Oak
Wood. C. B. Bar an A Co.
UaMl Maamsl 4iaa4 Raarlt
Kiifht in thn heart of tha eitv. The
(int o Trt-o House, 3ol and Xi.l Front
street. Farmer and visitor from the
country will liud tins a convenient and
luw-pncod house. First-chin bar attached.
OPEHAI Ol'KRAI OPURAI
La Waaootta and Otlvatta Jackson
Week of 20th. Two nistinix s. Niuhl.
50 conts; mnlintiM, 21 cent. S.1I0 of tick
ets, ;nrj Main street. Ojen air concert
Sunday, 10 cents.
In Wardrols- and Chiironier at II hodo
I urniluro Compauy,No. 3ViS'condstroet.
Imik tCT for thn ureal united liicnic of
the 1'av.tt and Uruniian lriuche oi I. N.
I. of A merit's, Tuewhiv, Jiinn 4. This i
the senMiii lor pleaiuro an I ns reiitiori.
1 Njii 1 t ut to go and enjoy a pleasant, e veil
ing in good company.
I. N. L. I'icmi at I Jtlivsl I'srk June 4.
taaalry Mvrrltani. I. auk la Year la
And pnrchttst! from thn Memphis firocory
Ctiinpniiy thn celebrated Jrntoy Tolmcio,
which you will Inid a ready sale for.
j. j. urn
Comer of Maui ami Ciiiou mreets, have
all of thn luleiit t)l( in hhoc, which
they oiler at greut bargain.
I'uoriM, itiriis ol ovcry stylo at Kdi.lid's,
CI r a a 4 l.mbralairrjr salall.
White Machine, 2'." Sccoud street, m ar
Madison, May 20 to 30.
Fn.L I 'rem Shirts a ociliy. Finish
rrpial to new. Memphis Steam Laundry,
Scoiid street Branch ollico, 31
Lshias' lino suit Hal for 25c, worth
2.00, at F. Lavigmr.
Tn Suthnrn Trust Company offer it
si-rvicea in procuring loan on Memphis
real estate at low rste of interest.
Lntns, see F. Uvigno's 2c Hal. They
are worth 2.oa
SiKKaiua for Tin WaaaLir ArrsAL.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
$6.00 PEK BABREL.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
Tha Largest Stock
Screen Wire Id tbo
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Tine Cutlery, Etc.
At nuttoiu rrlont.
The Cbeapest and
rily to llnva Tour
rMaroit Ititttra and
W IiiiIum Simla.
387-389 MAIN STREET.
I'n. Asiir has returned from New York.
Ji'imik L. U I.rwts, ol Uichmoiid, Va.,
i visiting Col. K. F. b'iiey.
1u.is Hkii.imi Kit lait niiMit for the
1'jist, to bo absent to mouths.
S. II. Biiooks and wife and Miss I'diih
Brook arrived from Cincinnati vcsteiiiav.
M u. John ('. Lkivis, iiuKsonuer nuent of
llie Mis'Hiuri Pacilic li.nlroud, lias gone to
V if kMiiirg.
.M IS M A TTI R Stov AM., of lo'oiia, M is. ,
is visiting Minn Ixiuiso Buchanan, 4tl'.i
v anco street.
Maj. J. M. Smith, of Smith .V Pratt, left
last night for Wetumpka, Ala., to HjH'iid
Capt. Biiiiciit H. Tavi.or, of Sardis,
Mis., and n candidate for tioveruorof the
Slate, was iu the city yesterday.
Misi-j4 l.ir.iK and Lottik Lowitv, nt
Forest, Miss., are visiting tho Misses
1-mint IO Boy, ou Jones Avenue,
Tiii:oihii:k IIk.ui and Mis IVnrl Keal
sniteil yesterday from New York ou thu
steamer Serving bound lor 1 an ope.
Miu. Kanm 1a SruiKr, of Missouri, is
vixiling her sons and the family of Capt.
I T. Starke, 212 Wellington Street.
Miss Junta tloTTMKii, who has been vis
iting relative iu this city (or six months
p:tsi, lelt for homo oil 'Im-sday night last.
Jri.ui Smith w.h yenterday rcupiHimtcd
and sworn in ns lieptity I'nitod Miiti-s
Marxbiil tiudi.T the new Marshal, J. W.
N. Y. Cl.inooK, an old Meinphian, but
resilient in St. Ixjttl I rr tho past Inn years,
is circulating among hi many Memphis
At thn Franrloll: C. C. 1 1 111, Lako
View, Min.; W. Ixivelady, F. J. Ixive
ludy nnd J. 1- Norton, Cleburne, Tex.;
M. A. lititiglaMt, Newborn, Tonn.; J. W.
Jones, lluntiville, Ala.; W. A. Nicholson,
Ar tho I'uabodv: J. II. Head, Browns
ville; A. C. Stanley, Tiller. Ark.; J. II.
liot.'ers, Maysvillo, Ky.; W. K. Turner,
Nashville; A. lxx li, I'udilenh; A. II. 1 Urn-It,
dninwo-hl, MiMt.; J. W. Brown,
Brow nsvillo; T. B. Yancey, Soinerville.
At Hi" rosidelirool tho bridu's sister,
Mrs. A. K. l'avis. No. (il N-cond nlieet, on
'lues-l.iy, the Will hint.. Miss Kiiima l
IhiiiIiIoii was Joined in the holy bond of
matrimony to Mr. BiihuII Bihior, a well
known nvi r pilot, the Key. W arner Moure
ollicialing. No card.
F. II. (IaVIoro, Cleveland, O.; J. O.
Spinoy, West Point, Mis.; Mi lnrs
LiibllliMI, Nobilt, Mms.; W, N. J:lrk"nn,
lane Park, I la.; J, I'. Crom li. Mrk.ii
noy, To.; W. N. Porter and wifo, Ci
Tel.; t). Uerry, Spruitjlield, III.; W. I..
K-xurs, Paducah, Ky., are at the Claren
don. At thn flnyoso: W. P.. Htne,FL Ixmi;
Win. MscMsKtir, I'ortlniid, nr.; F. It.
Fox, wt. liuis; W. II. Anderwli, I o lisvil'o:
W. ti. Vance, ( hiin.o, A. II. Jinkins,
llin-ter; II. C. Ilitti huiMUt, Ixuisville;
II. 1. Martin, lndi.iiinH,,it; J, l nl
bsrd, Jr., New Yoik; V. A. l'avis, Iajiiis
Mile. W. II. Cihaiiam, Na-liillo; VA. Psrkor,
l.ittln Itock; ('. B.Ysiice, lUilonvillo, Mis.;
('. II. Keys, (iroonville. Mix.; J. T. I'sul,
Yieknbiir, Slisn.; TImiiii.i J. I lipin. Soin
erville, 'K nn., S. II. Mann. JarL in, li nn.;
K Wyatl, Halhis, Tex ; Maw F. Norin. nl,
Itolivar, Tonn.; 1. M. MeAnnllv, Hickury
Withe, Tonn.; K. K. (uy, Milan, linn.,
are at tioaton'a.
A miuirrx's May prty was given yes
terday afternoon at the resi leneo of Mr.
Mr. "F red II. I Iron in, No. 121 Liehango
Ntri'et, III" llltlo people n't -II ling Ix'lllg
Miw Fthel and Alice I'.riiiau, Viva
Warren, Corinno Bauiii, Contlin J nolf,
Bona, lira, Mamin mil W illi" Ibt h',
tiertrudo, Jrmmaud lb I' ll Ivisc. Florence,
M n x inn n I IUmi.i itLow-ki. Among ibo
older folk w ho .it.-. in i iiierliiiiiliig the
till lo nni- wore Mm. Jo ph Bartl and
Miat (juncvievo Bartl.
Mas. A. K. laiiK, Shelby A Fsvettn
Co. 'a agent for I r. J. A. MeiH' Or.iugo
Itliotxiin S'ilic for nil female ibe.iM .
Please call In fore II or nM. r 4 o'clock. Ad
drvn, tlj Court ttr.H-1. Memphis, Tonn.
11 UK your gin teei-.'4 in thu Citieii'
Il sursiice coinpuli), No. t Mudisou ntree.
At Public Auclion on Tuesday,
of I.' 11 Ion
l-TIm two tut'nt .!. il,r lory In I. k
nil l-nitM .lr..-. nii'l kimwn i !,..
II "IMIII lot .' ''".
bain I111II1 iiikiii lot .'.',lili"l
ri. X Tan Hnr tin- k I" Ix-liw. IKti
It iilr ol Nliclliy in-. i. a "! In irn No.
bovo loro Iioiix 1 arr I t no iKiirra Ml'JU
Green, Drab and
Door and Window
Mpiing llliiRn, Poor
1'iilt. ami t'nli'lir.
At the Strangi'rs' Chinch, tonight, tho
subject of the I lev. N. M. Ixuig's dia
com so will bo "The Ijiw of l.'el. illation."
There will ulso bo service this morning.
Prayer of tlio farmers for rain are still
unanswered, but indication aro that they
will be favored soon. I'nless rain conies
soon there will bo no considerable hnrvcnl
A wild engine lu tho Tennessee Midland
luiilroad yard smashed a number of lint
and box cars yesterday inoiniiiL'. Somo
X colored Im nro susK'cted of selling Iho
en iie in motion.
The Irixh N'Htional Ingiin, under tho
niHpices of tho Havitl and Prcnnan
braiiches, will givo n picnic at Kstival
l'arkJuuo4. It will be a united ullair.
Tho proceed Will la) given to tho b niio
fuiiil. A very enjoyable time is antici
pated. A story comes from Fort Pickering that
liidiei left unprotected during the day are
robbed by un angular crank, who gain
ndmis-iion to homes by protending to io a
musician und piano tuner. I lu is said to
foteo hi way into the Iioum-h, thump a
half hour mi iho piano, (hen demand pay
under (s'lialty of being clubbed lo death.
Thn !ov. Mr. Luck, of Virginia,. will
preach at the Central Baptixt ( butch to
day at II o'clock, a.m. Ur. Po wo1 1, of
Mexico, will also bo present and lako part
in tho service. Tho ordm.inco ol iho
laird's Siiiht will bo adimiiixteio.l at thu
morning rvico nnd the ordiunneo ol bap
tiMii at ulglit. Cordial weleoiuu to all.
N at Iree.
A calltil iins'ting of the Woman's Chris-
Han Asmieiatioil will bt) held nt No. U7
I iilon street, tomorrow (Monday) nt It)
o ciocr a.m., lor mo puriNi til reading
thn annual repoit and electing director
nnd ollicers for tho ensuing year. A lull
attendance i rcipicatcil. By order of
Ma. S. Watson, President.
Mas. P. M. SrAxi.icy, li Soc'y.
EIOIIT UAbKHI KIUUT UABKtll
ConUlnlng- Over ot),(ior), 60.OO) Ira-
Havo been roeoived by u tllrnet from
Havana, through tho .Meiopbi Cusioiu
lloiiao, during tho pant week; among
which ri lidigencia. Henry Clsy,
r lor tie Sauioliuiii ami many other equally
lino and alaiidard brand. We aro the
only linn in Meinphi w ho receive fro
rpient uliipmonu ol iuiortol cigar and
our piitnui arn therefore enabled lo gel
only limb cigar from us.
1. SlMKMoV Cn,
Tho Hlroct liiiMirter ol Meinphi.
P. S.-Wo ell baseball ticket.
II mm Wasl la l.aak kralt
Cm lo JohiiRton & Vsnco', under the
I'iiiIhxIv Holel, and stdwt one of their
nuil of beautiful spring clothing, w Im h
will suririM you as lo ipi-ihlv, price nnd
din.-ibilily. They keep the goml In
the city and every article sold by Ihelu is
gllar.ililee I lo I hi a represelili-'il. 1 In y
enrry a Inrpi linn ol gen!' furuiithiiig
g mdt esn-eially united lor nu minor wear.
. . -
t I'KM Alii CUNCKIIT.
Jarkson Mound Park.
!jt concert of thusensin. Admission.
10 c uts.
. Mollltlwl.S -Al ri-anlrliiti, tvillwr M.ln SiH
lei loir vhii, huoir.U., Mar l .i. mt i
tn .iHk i.m., A. II. loioai( 4. . .nr i.hii
I'mirral will Ink rlw Irum I hn rline h
Hit. (it Mi A V mi. in... n ai 4 iil . k. I it. 'iU ol
Ilia Uiuilr I ii I u-1 l.ialli ii l
k. r it. m m iiai. tTi r..
M'HK lihll Mil AMI M HI III l: -i llf I'nT V
I tmtr N.i IM K nl II i,rr o, mH lo imv
I Hi. i l. wl no. ik mi , air, ,.,, lr a(
l linrli. 1, lu at i ii. h. i.n.i ,, ,,, a . II.
M-sm-is. 1 I' I AIU.V, l'. Ulnr.
A Or. I J'.ll. l I IM. llM'itlW
PHENIX WiRE WORKS.
iKi'nni i ii. r
Screen Win Doors U Windows
rrjllmair yiirn.l.l an.) r.r.t law Huik at
Hraaiiialila l'rl-m (liiaralir L
303 rBONT BT. Tolopliono 1.311
m iUdk Front Sttwt Business Pm lertf.
1 I !
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER
thn BotlthWpM Oofner Of Mtvln nd
,n. -...iiara -ll.iala on tl. ..ul,.v ,-irnrr
J .H ami IU Frulit ilrrel, li tiluiil alor.
il tli otitlirt rnrnrr of ;
Tlif lot ujkhi wIih li Un-
All Intornitloa Can Be
ORGILL BROS. SCO.
213 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapers
Randolph Cultivators, Sido and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDINS, MILLER k HAWKINS
304 & 3D8 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chloftaln Hay Ilako, Banuor
Door and Window Screens,
x.BWrt V-wsr. Tow Crowm FrowzAra. HundlArl nM Fyn TToni.
B. v. t.rTMit(
Lemmon & Gale Company,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 320 and 323 Main Street. Memphis, Tona
W II MiMIM,
n. U 1ILXKINOHAIL
liui IUi-n. II. (I. Mili.fr, V. W. .Vinmi.rm.P. J () Cot
I'lralvltiiL Vii'e-rrn.driit. Trnuiirrr. K.-crcUr
THE SCllOOLHELD-IIANAHER CO.,
(Surrtvinm lo 8C1I(H) KIKI.D, IIANAl'KIl A 10 )
AND COTTON FACTORS,
250 and 253 FRONT STREET, - - - MEMPHIS, TENN
I.OIMS HANAL'F.R, V. W. 8( IIOll.VtKt.n. O. VllLLKtt
wji mi i.i Tti r t crunoi.riF.t.tt.
Jis rAimiHiiioD iMiy. iNcottt'oitATKn iwhh.
George Arnold Company,
Dcahrs in Railroad and Lovee Contractors Supplioa.
3Gd Front Stroot, Memphis, Teim.
07.0. AltVOMl. IWI. U KlLAHI. Vlra PM t J. . U ATF.H, rVI'r j.J Tra
W. O. LYNN. C V. Iiil A Klf. A. A. AKXOLU.
M. GAVIN & CO.
WIIOLIiSAI-H GKOCRKS, COTTOX FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MEKOMANT3,
Nos.' 232 ami 234 I-Vont Street, Mcmplii-i, Tennessee
111 I WKI'V AI'AMS A.V Jl l-ITII-iN.
Mr. I. X. I! AIM.Y li vi.Iihi 1. 1 I.. .Ir H i n" In
In our 1 Imro. I ullun un'lnniH, in a'liliiutiiii Mr. cL
J. T. I.tl'llAHi:
LaPltADE, McGRATII & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 304 FRONT STREET, 1 t t 1 t MEMPHIS. TENN.
Otto Schwill & Co.
GOLDEN GERMAN MILLET.
Clay, Black and Whippoorwill. Send Tor Prices.
303 Front Street, MemphU Term.
May 28, 1889, at 12 O'clock M.,
w a f
Wndlnon Btroata. tha Followlnff Pmnnrlv
i S'. J-Twt on Uirr tram c.lt.r. mnulnln. llv room, r . li. wllh otithoitaM, fin,
.Ihiut.' i.ii Hi anal ,lr of hlirlhy atn-rl. n.l lii"ii . X. nt I nJ KU hlit lbjr lrrl. Ilia
I,,,, , , whirl, llnu, I,,.,..,. .,', i. .hi T I '.III l.rt.
I l.UMH One IlilrJ rli; Ulaura In tin ainl twu rjntiih lr rnl. Inlfrml, il
fi i'i-.l .airiiiiiii lu l atvurvtl by drcj of lrul. Ii'ii ,r ceiiU of ninli lumicy lo b
i ml on lli Krunml.
OMjIdcI Of P. W. ROYSTER & CO.. 297 Second Street.
Flnntor. Oimpboil Corn DrllL
Galvanized Foultry Netting
T. 0. IHTKINrJHaaa
W. U. JOVNUi,
M. J. ( I.AHK
llie rlL-lnnil ali i m'p nf ( (I HUX roflil li